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David Norman Samuel (born 1930) was the first Presiding Bishop of the Church of England (Continuing). This Christian denomination was founded on 10 February 1994. Dr. Samuel was originally ordained a deacon in the Church of England in 1961 and was priested the following year. On 11 June 1995 he was consecrated by the Rt. Rev'd Alboin Williamson Knight Jr. (born 1924), a former Presiding Bishop of the United Episcopal Church of North America. On 13 September 1998, Bishop Samuel consecrated Edward Malcolm as Assistant Bishop of this denomination. Bishop Malcolm then succeeded Bishop Samuel in 2001, becoming the second Presiding Bishop of this Church.
|Presiding Bishop of the Church of England (Continuing)|
1995 to 2001
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